LONDON

Rosalind Nashashibi, Abbey 3, 2005,
black-and-white photograph.

LONDON

Rosalind Nashashibi

INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS

September 10–November 1, 2009

Bergen Kunsthall
Rasmus Meyers allé 5
November 13–December 20, 2009

Curated by Mark Sladen

Known for her elegant filmic investigations into visual gestalts, voyeurism, and perceptual memory, as well as her creative engagement with cinematic history, Rosalind Nashashibi presents several of her experimental 16-mm productions from the past four years, including Bachelor Machines Part 2 (2007), which borrows footage and dialogue from Alexander Kluge’s 1968 film Artists Under the Big Top: Perplexed; and The Prisoner (2008), a nod to Chantal Akerman’s 2000 film La Captive. Co-organized by the ICA and Bergen Kunsthall, Nashashibi’s first major survey also features a new film commission (comprising candid and staged scenes shot in London parks) and two photographic/collage works. The accompanying catalogue includes texts by Dieter Roelstraete and Martin Herbert as well as the artist’s own writings and research material.